Install Sweet Home 3D 4.1 in Linux Mint 15

Sweet Home 3D lets you change the interior design of your home. You can do many things to rearrange your home, including the following features:

Draw straight, round or sloping walls with precise dimensions using the mouse or the keyboard.
Insert doors and windows in walls by dragging them in the plan, and let Sweet Home 3D compute their holes in walls.
Add furniture to the plan from a searchable and extensible catalog organized by categories such as kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom…
Change color, texture, size, thickness, location and orientation of furniture, walls, floors and ceilings.
While designing the home in 2D, simultaneously view it in 3D from an aerial point of view, or navigate into it from a virtual visitor point of view.
Annotate the plan with room areas, dimension lines, texts and show the North direction with a compass rose.
Create photorealistic images and videos with the ability to customize lights and control sunlight effect according to the time of day and geographic location.
Import home blueprint to draw walls upon it, 3D models to complete default catalog, and textures to customize surfaces.
Print and export PDFs, bitmap or vector graphics images, videos and 3D files in standard file formats.
Extend the features of Sweet Home 3D with plug-ins programmed in Java, or by developing a derived version based on its Model View Controller architecture.
Choose the language displayed in the user interface of Sweet Home 3D and its rich help from 24 languages.

How to Install Sweet Home 3D 4.1 in Linux Mint 15
1. Open a terminal window.

2. Type in the following commands then hit Enter after each.

sudo sh -c ‘echo “deb raring-getdeb apps” >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/getdeb.list’

wget -q -O- | sudo apt-key add –

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install sweethome3d

Additional Linux Mint and Sweet Home 3D Resources
Linux Mint Blog
Linux Mint Documentation
Linux Mint Downloads
Linux Mint Forum
Linux Mint Site
Sweet Home 3D Forum

Install Sweet Home 3D 4.1 in Linux Mint 15
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